I signed a contract beginning December 1st, 2005. After the end of January, my employer told me that I could teach until the end of February then I would be terminated. We signed a contract until for me to teach through July 31st, 2006.
Immediately after signing the contract my employer, took the contract and has made excuse after excuse for not being able to give me a copy of the contract. What can I do, who can I contact concerning my rights?
I am an American citizen and native English teacher? Is there some council in Taiwan to help foreigners with these problems? This is a complete violation of the law, especially since my students have done very well, the parents could be complaining because of my race and sex ( I am male ) but if that was a problem, the employer should not have hired me.
If you have some answers and would rather contact me directly, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW NEWs-- My employer signed a piece of paper along with her Inkblot ( for lack of a better word that is what I will call it ). She promised me February’s pay whether I taught or not, I had her sign, date and then put her chopblock on it.
Now she is refusing to pay for February. What can I do and who can I go to??